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Wednesday, August 18, 2004
Home PCs to get key Windows fix


Home PC users will be able to get one of Microsoft's biggest software overhauls ever later this week.

The software giant has said that its SP2 security patch will be put on servers that automatically update home PCs as from Wednesday.

The consumer version is smaller than the business edition released to corporate customers in early August.

The software updates Windows XP and fixes many security loopholes exploited by viruses and malicious hackers.

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